The sample in experiment 1 is well represented, but it is also missing some of the characteristics of the population. The sample is representing the population in the sense that the majority of people in U.K. are British people. But, the research can make the s...
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...u saw a quoll or quokka or cuscus? The children then have to respond based on a 5-point scale. 0= no/ not at all; 1= no/ not really; 2= do not know/ neither; 3= yes, probably; 4= yes, definitely. The third method is Nature Reserve Task (NRT) of which was used to measure children avoidance preference for the three animals. There were different pictures that show scenes of the three different animals and children would have to show with Lego figure (1.5×3.5×0.8 cm) where they would most likely be in the scene to indicate children approach or avoidance to the animals. Finally, Vicarious learning was used of which consisted of 30 animals- face pairing trails in random order. Each child saw 10 animals scared pictures pair (fear paired trials), 10 trials of animals that show happy face (happy paired trials) and 10 trials of the animal alone on the screen (unpaired trials).
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